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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... my age—but who had lived more in 20 years than most people do in 80. Even though I’ve experienced disillusion in my life, I know none of my experiences can even compare to his. But music has a way of transcending our individual experiences, and when we finally sat down in a quiet plaza in front of a semi abandoned government building, I tried to pick songs that I hoped would mean something to him in his situation. But I didn’t expect what happened ...
... discoveries. Neopolis/Napoli was discovered in 470 BC by the Greeks. Underneath the museum was an intricate network of market stalls and shops dating back to 600 BC. After emerging from the labyrinth below, we escaped to watch a video while also retreating from the throng of kids that were on a class filed trip. Their excited voices echoed in the cavernous walls below.
The San Lorenzo church outside ...
... for traffic. In fact we arrived in Naples so early we couldn't line up for the ferry and had 1 1/2 hours to kill. Although Santo had sworn he would not walk the streets of Naples, he soon did a quick "360" when he had us follow some random guy off the street to a jewellery store in a back blocks of Naples. Going through 2 airlocks we entered a rundown store where the owner brought out the jewellery hidden ...
... sitting. When I swooned over Italy in my mind, many of the memories involved these two places. So being back in Italy and within a 3-hour train ride from Naples, I had to go back. And Laura was a willing though perhaps naive accomplice.
We got to Napoli around 1:30pm )the fast trains and early trains were all 75 euro -- one way, and I just couldn't stomach that price simply to stomach pizza). Naples is a whole different world from Florence ...
... turned around to look in my direction. Totally sprung, I just sat there and laughed at myself until Stuart helped me to my feet. Our tour guide's only comment "dat-a isa the besta way to see-a de frescoes". Shame on me!
Leaving the Sistine chapel and saying arrivederci Roma, we spent the next hour battling the roman traffic to get out of the city to get on the road to Pompeii for our tour of the ancient ruins of the excavated city buried in the ash ...